In this article, we will show you how to add a link to Google Forms to enhance your survey by providing respondents with additional information or resources. Simply follow the process below.
Here’s how you can add a link to any part of your form:
Find the question within your form to which you want to add a link. If it does not exist, create a new question by selecting the '+' icon.
Click inside the question box and type the text you want to turn into a hyperlink, for example, "Read and agree to our terms and conditions."
Select the text intended for the link by clicking and dragging your cursor over it until it's highlighted.
With the text highlighted, click the chain link icon (🔗) that appears in the toolbar.
In the pop-up box that appears after clicking the link icon, paste or type the intended URL. Check to confirm the URL is correct, then click "OK."
Click the eye icon to enter preview mode and test your form.
In this preview mode, test the hyperlink by clicking on it to ensure it redirects correctly.
After ensuring the hyperlink functions properly, the form automatically saves your changes.
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